2022 Fall Land Sale Auction

2022 Fall Land Sale Auction

The 2022 Fall Land Sale Auction is now closed.

Thank you to all who submitted bids for the 2022 Fall Land Sale Auction.
To view the Apparent High Bidder List, please click the link below:
2022 Apparent High Bidder

Trust Land Office 2022 Fall Land Sale Bid Acceptance Period Was:
8:00 a.m., September 14, 2022, through 4:30 p.m., November 14, 2022

To view the individuals called as apparent high bidders for previous Fall Land Sales,
please click the links below:
2020 Apparent High Bidder
2021 Apparent High Bidder

Welcome to the Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office (TLO) 2022 Fall Land Sale Auction website.

The Trust Land Office strongly urges anyone wishing to purchase a parcel to first review and read all information provided here and to personally inspect the parcel before submitting a bid. The parcel chosen by a bidder is taken “AS-IS” and “WHERE-IS” with no guarantees, expressed or implied, as to its suitability for any intended use. The submission of a bid constitutes acceptance of the parcel “AS-IS” and “WHERE-IS.”

These web pages are intended for informational purposes only and do not constitute an offer to sell. It is possible that modifications of this information may need to be made after initial posting. If modifications are required, a "Corrections Page" will be published to this website.

Revenue generated from land sales will go into the Mental Health Trust Fund. Earnings from the Fund pay for programs that support Trust beneficiaries across the state.

If you have any questions about any of the parcels, please contact our office at (907) 269-8658.

Interest Rate as of January 1, 2023

*Interest rates are subject to change monthly.*
Per Alaska Statute 38.05.065. - The interest rate for contracts under this section is the prime rate as reported in the Wall Street Journal on the first business day of the month in which the contract is sent to the purchaser for signature, plus three percent.

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